Become a Sponsor

It is only through the generous financial contributions from citrus processing and related industries that make this conference possible and their donations are greatly appreciated.

Click here to view our current sponsors.

2018 Sponsor Opportunities are now closed. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for the 2019 conference, please contact Renée Goodrich Schneider, Program Organizer.

In appreciation of your support, your company will recieve:

  • Recognition on the conference website with a link to your firm's home page. Sponsor recognition will be posted in July.
  • Recognition in the electronic 2nd announcement. Commitment by June.
  • Through social media posts.
  • Recognition in the final agenda given to all participants at the conference. Commitment by August 1.
  • Recognition on signage during the sponsored event. Commitment by August 1.
  • Recognition through sponsor ribbons for registered* sponsors.
  • Recognition through PowerPoint slides during meeting breaks.
  • Recognition through announcements during the conference.
  • Logo recognition on the back of the program book. Commitment by August 1.
  • Recognition on the website until the next ICBC!

*There is no quid pro quo associated with any donation. All attending sponsors are to register and pay the registration fee.

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